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Financial services in the Making Connections neighborhoods

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Friday, January 20, 2017 - 11:04
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Organizational Author: 
The Urban Institute
Individual Author: 
Woolley, Mark
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Published Date: 
January 2016
Published Date (Text): 
January 2016
Year: 
2006
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Abstract: 

This report analyzes survey data about the use of financial services by families living in the 10 Making Connections cities across the United States. The report evaluates resident responses by their use of bank services, check cashing services, payday lenders, pawn shops and credit cards, as well as how they would respond to financial emergencies. It correlates how factors such as race/ethnicity, immigrant status, income, employment level, and neighborhood of residence influenced the use of financial services. (Author abstract)

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